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Environmental & Alternative Energy Issues
Books you can take with you are in this number range:
When searching our catalog use these subjects:
- Environmental science, Environmental managment, Environmental protection
- Renewable energy sources, Power resources, Energy conservation
Suggested journal indexes:
Science Online--Facts on File
Science Online offers a comprehensive, curriculum-oriented overview of a broad range of scientific disciplines through extensive essays, diagrams, illustrations, images, BIOGRAPHIES, experiments, activities, and definitions.
Science Reference Center-Ebsco
Provides easy access to a multitude of full text science-oriented content. Topics covered include: biology, chemistry, earth & space science, environmental science, health & medicine, history of science, life science, physics, science & society, science as inquiry, scientists, technology and wildlife.
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy - This DOE site has links to alternetive-energy programs, information, and resources.
Energy Information Administration - This DOE site contains official energy statistics from the U.S. government.
Envirofacts - This site provides access to EPA environmental data with results from several different databases.
Environmental Health - This site provides credible environmental health information.
Environmental Health & Toxicology - Created by the National Library of Medicine, this site is a portal to environmental heath and toxicology.
EPA's Gateway to Free Digital & Paper Publications - The EPA's Gateway provides access to more than 33,000 full-text documents and research reports.
NREL Publications - This site provides access to full-text, technical & non-technical documents, research reports, and bibliographical citations.
Science.gov - This database provides comprehensive access to U.S. government science information and research results.
Science Tracer Bullets - These research guides produced by the Library of Congress cover many science and technology topics.
Statistics: Explore Government Documents - The University of Michigan Governement Documents Center provides this nicely annotated directory.
TRIS Online - This is a bibliographic database produced by the Department of Transportation's National Transportation Library.
USFS Research Publications: Treesearch - Treesearch is reputed to be the largest collection of freely available forestry research materials in the world.
USGS Publications Warehouse - The USGS provides access to more than 40,00 full-text documents and research reports and 70,000 bibliographical citations.
WorldWideScience.org - This database is a global gateway to national and international science databases and portals.
EcoEarth.info - This site is run by a nonprofit group which identifies news articles and websites related to sustainability, conservations, and protecting the environment.
Encyclopedia of Earth - This is a freely availalbe online reference source sponsored by a variety of groups, with article written by scholars who review each other's work.
Envirolink - This serves as an environmental information clearinghouse with information organized by topic.
Environment News Service - This is reputed to be the original environmental daily international wire service.
Environmental News Network - ENN is one of the web's oldest sources of environmental news sources, operating for the last 16 years.
Infomine - Infomine is a large, comprehensive collection of scholarly internet resources built by librarians from several U.S. universities.
Intute: Environment - Intute is dedicated to finding the best and most relevant, freely availalbe web resources for study and research.